20 metres off Convent Road (in Soi Pipat 2), Bang rak 10500
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Contact:+66 02 238 0931
Open Hours: 3p-1a daily
This intimate restaurant/gallery offers a weekly menu of international food reasonably priced and served with a smile. The modern decor is classy and ... More
This intimate restaurant/gallery offers a weekly menu of international food reasonably priced and served with a smile. The modern decor is classy and inviting, with changing photo exhibits on the walls. Butcher paper covers tables and is accompanied by sharp colored pencils, convenient if you are struck by an artistic thought while dining. For vegetarians, the pumpkin ravioli with tomato sauce (THB80) and the Grilled Eggplant Bocconcini Stack (THB250) are satisfying. Seafood lovers could go for the fried fish with chips (THB230) or the Grilled Trevally Fillet with Spinach and Seafood Sauce (THB250).
This place is superb - yes a little difficult to find, but once there, the friendly staff managed to get us a table at a moments notice. Water served in trendy bottles - option of sitting outside on the balcony after the meal - we both have big appetites and found the portions adequate - and yes the food was delicious !
We are staying at the Banyan Tree in November and have promised ourselves dinner at Eat me on our first night - Superb food and ambiance and good value if you compare with a UK restaurant of this standard.
For the less discerning, there is a wonderfully average Pizza restaurant on the next block !
One of Bangkok's hidden treasures, this restaurant is well worth finding if you are visiting Bangkok or, if like me, you live here, well worth a regular visit.
The principal reason is great food, with together with good service and a nice ambience atmophere make it a dining experience. If you are a desert fan, be sure to try the flourless chocolate cake!
Tables outside are nice, but it's also great inside if you prefer to keep cool.
Portions are miniscule compared with the size of your bill! While the food is tasty everthing comes in an appetizer size. I know that can be a food trend, but it was the trend in New York five years ago.
Give me a little for the money and I'll go back.
One of my favourite restaurants in Bangkok, and well worth hunting the place out on Convent Road.
Elegant, smart, a little special, and a little bit more expensive than many places (though cheaper than the hotels), but the place is trendy (great art on the walls) without making you feel out of place. food is australian inspired and never ever fails. Everything is perfect, and on the one occasion it wasn't (lamb rack delivered well done instead of rare) it was replaced quickly, with apologies and copious free shots as compensation.
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